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Navigate carefully in clean-water reform

By Staff

Much of the debate over amending the 1972 Clean Water Act has been boiled down to a couple of simple, easy-to-comprehend arguments. “We want to keep our lakes and rivers clean and protect them from pollution,” says one ...


Police Blotter, Oct. 6, 2009

By Staff

Man sentenced for check fraud in 10 counties Timothy Kuskowski, 46, has been sentenced to 14 years in prison for running a 10-county check fraud and identity theft operation, according to the Colorado Attorney General’s Office. He also ...


Local Rockies fans ready for series

By Staff

Now playing at a ballpark near you: Rocktober II. The Colorado Rockies open the National League Division Series today against the Philadelphia Phillies. But with a 12:37 p.m. first pitch, how can the 9-to-5 worker keep up with the ...


Accused ex-cop warned after 2003 accident with Florida department

By Paul Shockley

While working as a sheriff’s deputy in Florida in 2004, Glenn Coyne was given a verbal warning after causing a traffic accident while on the job. Coyne received “verbal counseling” from a superior about his driving following ...


October off to record cold start

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A series of fronts sweeping over the Western Slope has led to clearing skies, and that has dropped the thermometer to record lows on several occasions in the first week of October. The latest record was set Tuesday morning, when the ...


Meetings will gauge annexation sentiment

By Staff

Doug Nieman’s business has always been in Clifton. It just hasn’t always been a part of Clifton. For a week in the mid-1990s, said Nieman, owner of Clifton Lube Center, 3244 F Road, his shop was in a strip of land annexed by the ...


Death Notices, Oct. 7, 2009

By Staff

Vernon Dale Aguilar, 42, Eckert, died Oct. 4, 2009, at Montrose Memorial Hospital. Services will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Eckert Presbyterian Church with internment to follow at the Cedaredge Cemetery. Survivors include his wife, Sherry of ...


In brief: Tompkins, King honored by RMAC

By Staff

Ali Tompkins recorded double-doubles in consecutive matches last week as the Mesa State College volleyball team split conference matches. Tompkins, a senior who graduated from Fruita Monument, had 17 kills and 17 digs against Colorado School ...


Grand Junction recovers after slow start to beat Central in soccer

By Staff

Grand Junction High School was a little slow to start on Tuesday but once they got going against Central, the Tigers couldn’t be stopped in a 5-0 win. After a first half that saw only one goal, on a shot by forward Brendan Ryan, the ...


Fewer construction jobs, but students’ interest strong

By Emily Shockley

Local construction workers pondered their own futures Tuesday as they helped prepare the next generation of contractors. Four hundred eighth-graders from Orchard Mesa and Grand Mesa middle schools spent the day roaming among 38 booths spread ...


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